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Harbor Lights
Studio album by Bruce Hornsby
Released 1993
Genre Rock
Jazz
Label RCA
Producer Bruce Hornsby
Professional reviews
Bruce Hornsby chronology
A Night On The Town
(1990)
Harbor Lights
(1993)
Hot House
(1995)

Bruce Hornsby's fourth album is titled Harbor Lights. This is his first album credited solely to Bruce Hornsby, without his previous backing band, The Range.

Track listing

All songs written by Bruce Hornsby

  1. "Harbor Lights"
  2. "Talk of the Town"
  3. "Long Tall Cool One"
  4. "China Doll"
  5. "Fields of Gray"
  6. "Rainbow's Cadillac"
  7. "Passing Through"
  8. "The Tide Will Rise" (Bruce Hornsby, John Hornsby)
  9. "What a Time" (Bruce Hornsby, John Hornsby)
  10. "Pastures of Plenty"

Personnel (on all tracks)

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Additional personnel, by track

Harbor Lights

  • Pat Metheny - guitar
  • John Bigham - guitar
  • Laura Creamer-Dunville - vocals
  • Jean McClain - vocals
  • Dave Duncan - Midi man
  • Jeff Lorber - loops

Talk Of The Town

Long Tall Cool One

China Doll

Fields Of Grey

Rainbow's Cadillac

Passing Through

  • John Bigham - guitar
  • Laura Creamer-Dunville - vocals
  • Jean McClain - vocals
  • Jerry Garcia - guitar

The Tide Will Rise

  • Pat Metheny - guitar
  • Bonnie Raitt - backing vocals
  • Debbie Henry - vocals
  • Laura Creamer-Dunville - vocals
  • Jean McClain - vocals
  • John D'earth - trumpet
  • Glenn Wilson - horns
  • George Gailes III - horns
  • Roy Muth - horns
  • Tim Streagle - horns
  • George Harple - French horn
  • Philip Koslow - French horn
  • Adam Lesnick - French horn
  • Alan Peterson - French horn

What A Time

  • Debbie Henry - vocals
  • John D'earth - trumpet
  • Glenn Wilson - horns
  • George Gailes III - horns
  • Roy Muth - horns
  • Tim Streagle - horns

Pastures Of Plenty;


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